52 Weeks of No-Repeat Meal Plans- Week #10

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Welcome to another week of 52 Weeks of No-Repeat Meal Plans!  We’ve hit Week #10, so we’re nearly 1/5th of the way through our year of meal plans.  Time flies when you’re having fun… or planning meals.  This week you will see a lot of chicken recipes.  I didn’t really plan it that way, but for some reason I was drawn to chicken recipes when deciding what to add to the meal plan.  While there is a lot of chicken, it is cooked up in a variety of ways so it doesn’t get boring at all.  Keep this meal-plan on hand to use again when chicken goes on sale, because that is a great time to use it!

 We are SO excited to announce that we have completely REVAMPED 52 Weeks of No-Repeat Meal Plans! In the next few weeks we will be rolling out our new meal plan offerings, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to share them with you.

Need some recipes to tide you over?
Because we need you to wait just a few more weeks,

And to show how much we appreciate you…

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We’re offering 52 Weeks of Appetizers for 99 cents.  That’s 52 super yummy starters for less than 2 cents a piece!

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And… we’re cutting the price of 52 Weeks of Slow Cooking down to just 99 cents as well.  We’ve put together 52 Delicious Slow Cooker Recipes, to help ease the pain of having to wait a few more weeks for our new and improved meal plans to start back up. 
They will make easy weeknight dinners super simple.  Call us crazy, but we like to share.
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Dinner

Broccoli Cheese Calzone

  1. Farmers Market Spaghetti from Mostly Homemade Mom, served with a garden salad
  2. Buffalo Chicken Nachos from Will Cook For Smiles
  3. Pizza Topping Calzones (add garden veggies like yellow squash or zucchini for extra nutrients)
  4. Balsamic Chicken Dinner Salad from Foodie with Family
  5. Chicken Breast Stuffed with Pancetta, Onions and Nuts from Spicie Foodie served with sweet potatoes
  6. Fresh Tomato Tart from Midwest Living
  7. Baked Chicken Fajitas from Eatin on the Cheap served with Avocado Salad

Lunch

  1. Barley and Black-Eyed Pea Salad from Betsy Life
  2. Grilled Blackened Chicken
  3. Quinoa and Black Beans from BEYOND Diet

Breakfast

Pumpkin Pie Bagel[7]

  1. Pumpkin Pie Bagel
  2. Healthy Yogurt Breakfast Parfait with Blueberries and Granola from Cookin’ Canuck
  3. Healthy Breakfast Hash from GreenLiteBites
  4. Chiles Rellenos Casserole from Good Housekeeping
  5. Very Berry Chocolate Chip Waffles

Snack/ Dessert

Homemade Cinnamon Chips

  1. Red Peppers and Cucumbers with Ranch Dip
  2. Cinnamon Sugar Tortilla Chips with Strawberries and Whipped Cream
  3. Crackers with Cheese
  4. Peach Crisp (substitute the apples in this recipe for peaches)
  5. Pumpkin Cream Cheese Milkshakes
  6. Grapes and Berries
  7. Applesauce with Cinnamon

Jessica McCoy

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Comments

  1. Diana says

    I absolutely LOVE your website! I tried it for the first time last Saturday. We really enjoyed sampling the new meals and snacks and have new favorites already. The meals were really tasty and you made my life so easy! All I had to do was print and purchase!

    THANK YOU! Keep up the good work!

    • says

      Hi Diana. Thank you so much for the positive words of encouragement. Those are always so nice to hear and knowing that I’m able to make things a little bit easier for others is the reason I do 52 Weeks of No-Repeat Meal Plans. I’d love to hear what some of your favorites were.

    • Kelly says

      I love that I just discovered you on Pinterest! My mom has always had a tentative monthly meal plan set up and tweaks it with weekly sales-she probably started doing this before she even got married! I grew up knowing 2 nights of the week were always the same and the rest were adjusted if a major meat/ingredient sale had occurred. Sunday night she always baked a whole chicken and the leftover chicken was used for sandwiches for school on Monday. Thursday night was “Spaghetti Night” because it was her designated cleaning day/night and her already made ahead frozen spaghetti sauce thawed all day and the noodles took 10 minutes to make!
      I love finding anyone who realizes that a little bit of planning ahead goes a very long way toward a great budget, a happy cook and a peaceful kitchen!
      Keep on cooking and thank you for sharing your awesome recipes!
      ~Kelly

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